Discussion in 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' started by LibidoLoca, Jul 26, 2013.
Wait, what's all this about Amy's calves?
Once upon a time a poster said that Adams had fat calves. I can't remember who that poster was.
wait, was that a serious comment? I always assumed you guys were joking throwing really over the top comments
It was a serious(ly sad) comment once upon a time. Now it's a recurring joke.
Yeah, a couple of people made that remark actually. El Duderino used to go on and on about Olivia Wilde and her "enormous forehead" as well, and then there was the infamous poster who claimed that Cavill has "child bearing hips". All true.
Some recent pics of Henry
"Child bearing hips" is far in away my favorite. I still can't stop laughing whenever it's brought up.
Someone actually used that phrase in regards to Cavill?
Are we sure it wasn't used in regards to Routh? I remember similar terms being used rightfully in terms of Brandon's physique. His long torso, narrower shoulders, weak lats, and the low-cut trunks of his supersuit did contribute to a an overall silhouette that looked at times more hourglass than v-shaped.
I kid you not. I wish I could remember the posters name.
Oh Lord, I loved those crazy comments, especially the 'child-bearing hips' one.
it was either
those were the 3 anti amy culprits if i remember correctly
Here's the exact quote for your reading pleasure.
What happened ?
Why was he in the streets alone?
Where was he going? (if really he has found his way, because he looks or too happy or drunk...)
There it is!
If he was playing someone of a different color he would probably dye his skin and get facial surgery!!
I never said Henry had child bearing hips. Although that is funny and in truth he is rather curvy for a man.
Of course that would only work if it were the same people who had these complaints.
On the "balding" thing. IDK if Henry has said that his hairline is perpetually receding, but I just wanted to mention that it is perfectly normal for a man's hairline to recede a bit around age 30. Even if they will never lose their hair, many/most men (myself included) do experience some loss at the hairline as a natural part of maturing (especially at the corners, like that animated series pic). That may well be what's going on with Henry.
Heck I'd say 30 is lucky, I know many people from 20-25 who have lost quite a decent amount of hair some even pretty much bald. I'm in that age range and have a worse hairline than Henry.